A girl’s weekend is the perfect chance to get your friends all together for a relaxing, magical getaway. In Montgomery County, you can spend the weekend exploring quaint towns, small businesses, and dining spots with your friends, laughing and making memories along the way. Bring that group chat back to life and start planning your Montco weekend with this three-day itinerary that supports some of Montco's many women and minority owned small businesses.

Day 1: Ambler & Hatboro

With Ambler’s Main Street cutting right through town, it’s easy to hit all the eclectic small businesses. Afterwards, drop by some local food and drink spots to round out the perfect day with your girlfriends.


For a delicious pick-me-up before heading out on your girl’s weekend, drop by Wake Coffee in Ambler, a woman-owned local business that specializes in deliciously hand-crafted coffee and tea drinks, in-house baked goods, and brunch snacks.

Woman drinking Wake coffee

The owners of Paper Dolls boutique in Ambler

Daytime Shopping & Activities

Paper Dolls is a woman-owned business with a friendly atmosphere and fashion-forward owners. For vintage and antique hunters, stop by Main Street Vintage to find décor to refresh your space. Other small businesses to support in Ambler are the charming Antique Garden Cottage for cute finds from their curated selection of decor or the Free Shop to peruse their clothes and accessories. For a sweet treat to brighten up the day, the woman-owned Sweet Annie’s has unique candy, chocolate, and macaron treats!

For a fun DIY activity with your friends, book a workshop at the Ambler Flower Shop where you can choose from DIY flower crowns, floral arrangements, and succulent containers. The best part is that you can take your creation home when you’re done, adding some liveliness to your space!

Dinner & Nightlife

End the night with a wine tasting at Cyrenity Sips, a small batch winery owned and operated by Black women. Cyrenity Sips allows tasters to bring food to enjoy with their wine, so make sure to pick up some grub before heading over. Some local favorites are The Copper Crow for modern American fare, The Lucky Well for delicious, trendy BBQ, and Gypsy Blu for a menu with lots of variety. For something unique, try out Buutchiis Grille, a Black-owned business serving up authentic West African and Caribbean Cuisine.


Bottled wine at Cyrenity Sips

Day 2: Skippack

Spend your Saturday in the historic and beautiful Skippack! This quaint, unassuming village is packed with the county’s best small business shopping.

Succulent bar at Floral and Hardy


Get the day started at the Blossom Café to enjoy a variety of handcrafted coffee drinks, breakfast/brunch snacks and meals, and delicious baked treats! This woman-owned business is located right by Floral & Hardy where you can check out the garden center and head upstairs to create your own succulent container!


Daytime Shopping & Activities

The Regina Marie Designs is a woman-owned business that offers a collection of jewelry, pottery, glass, painting, and more, all handcrafted by local artisans. Regina Marie Designs also hosts classes and workshops that can be booked in advance so you and your friends can learn how to create art from sculpting to mosaics to felting.

For more shopping, stop by Ovich Boutique, a woman-owned business with curated styles and an inclusive atmosphere. Also stop by Hazel Mac, the Copper Partridge, and Accent on the Rocks for women’s clothing, and other curated odds and ends. The Grand Fromage Cheese Shop offers up yummy cheese selections, charcuterie options, and accompaniments to pick up for your next party, or you can just stop in to taste some of their select cheeses.


regina marie designs

Interior of Parc Bistro

Dinner & Nightlife

Parc Bistro allows you to soak up the historic feeling of Skippack in their cozy dining room. Their curated menus change seasonally, and offer a selection of French, country, and Italian cuisine. The Farm House Restaurant is located inside a renovated historic farm house in Evansburg State Park which makes it the perfect spot to enjoy views of the park, with live music every Friday and Saturday night! Also located in Skippack are El Vago and The Mill, both with great atmospheres and fresh menus.


Day 3: Conshohocken, Norristown, & KOP

Round out the trip with a day in the bustling towns of Conshohocken, Norristown, and King of Prussia. Grab some mouthwatering brunch and get a luxurious spa treatment at local businesses.


The best brunch in the county lives in Conshohocken and is a must on any girl’s trip to Montco. Southern Cross Kitchen is woman-owned and offers up a unique Southern brunch featuring Instagram-worthy brunch boards like their build-your-own breakfast board or beignet board to share with your friends. Also check out their specially crafted brunch cocktail menu.

Brunch offers up classic breakfast and lunch favorites to jumpstart the day. With a name like that, you know that you will get the best of the best!


BRUNCH Conshohocken


Daytime Shopping & Activities

To rejuvenate before heading home, visit the Black-operated Spavia in King of Prussia. You are guaranteed to have a luxurious and relaxing experience with this self-love activity. Also stop by the VF Nail Bar & Spa to get a manicure and pedicure.

D’IYANU is a Black woman-owned business that specializes in beautiful and vibrant African print women’s clothing, including swimsuits and workout apparel made for everyone. More woman-owned clothing spots in the area include Sanctuary Blu, Thirteen Circles, and XTRA.


alloy hotel room


Whether you prefer luxury accommodations, a cozy bed-and-breakfast, or a pet-friendly hotel, you’re sure to find the perfect place to stay here.